At least 27 killed in Tunisian terrorist attack
Earlier this year, Islamic State spokesman and propagandist Abu Mohammed al-Adnani called upon to Muslims living in Western countries to wage jihad on a small, personal scale rather than banding together to form easily-intercepted groups. In a nine-minute video, and in comments that have been repeated in the Islamic State’s own glossy recruiting magazine since, al-Adnani said:
“We repeat our call to Muslims in Europe, the infidel West, and everywhere to target the Crusaders in their home countries and wherever they find them… We will be enemies, in front of God, to any Muslim who can shed a drop of blood of a Crusader and abstains from doing that with a bomb, bullet, knife, car, rock or even a kick or a punch”.
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